Wednesday Jul 16
Major Leaguers who, like Colin Bates, suffered from thoracic outlet syndrome
The sunglass case that usually holds Harrisburg Senators pitcher Colin Bates' rib, next to the player in the team dugout at Metro Bank Park.
Wednesday Jul 16
Hays Daily News
Wainwright gets starting nod tonight
There was an instant during the announcement Monday that Cardinals ace Adam Wainwright almost mentioned the pitcher he might spend an entire career chasing except for this one time, this one night.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
The Morning Call
Hernandez, Wainwright named All-Star starters
Hernandez, 28, will be making his fifth All-Star appearance and will be the first Mariner pitcher to start the All-Star Game since Randy Johnson in 1997, as well as the first Venezuelan to ever start the game.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
Filling in for Cole, Cumpton faces Lynn
When right-hander Brandon Cumpton was sent down to Triple-A at the end of June, the members of the Pirates' clubhouse said, "See you later" rather than "Goodbye."
Tue Jul 08, 2014
The Winnipeg Free Press
Cardinals lefty Jaime Garcia to undergo thoracic outlet surgery Friday
Cardinals left-hander Jaime Garcia will undergo thoracic outlet surgery Friday to relieve nerve issues in his pitching arm, shoulder and hand.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Jaime Garcia by the numbers
Cardinal fans are familiar with Thoracic Outlet Syndrome; the surgery, which involves removing a rib, was the same one performed on Chris Carpenter in 2012 and essentially ended his career.
Sat Jul 05, 2014
St. Louis Cardinals
Gonzales makes home debut in rubber game with Fish
Miami has won each of Alvarez's last nine starts, which matches Chris Hammond's club record set in the club's inaugural season of 1993.
Garcia says he may need more surgery
Garcia's comments came as news to general manager John Mozeliak, who said he hadn't discussed the situation with the player.
Tue Jun 24, 2014
The Miami Herald
Adams slugs Cards to rout of Rockies
Even as he defied it with all those poke singles to left field earlier this season, St. Cardinals slugger Matt Adams grew tired of talking about the extreme defensive shifts that greeted him with almost every at-bat this season.